Recently, a new entry of Intel’s Core i5 1350P laptop processor It has been published on Geekbench – P series processors are among Intel’s low-power processors for laptops. This entry was seen while exactly one month ago, the performance results and specifications of the Core i7 1370P processor were seen on Geekbench.
i5 1350P processor on Geekbench
The i5 1350P is a 12-core, 16-thread processor and has 4 P cores and 8 E cores inside, the same combination used for the i5 1250P processor cores. The main difference between the two processors is in the frequencies – the base frequency of the 1350P is now 1.9 GHz and the boost frequency is 4.7 GHz, which are 200 and 300 MHz higher than the 1250P respectively.
This processor was tested on an Acer TravelMate P614-53 laptop device, which is considered a lightweight business laptop. Intel’s P-series processors are very common in such laptops that only require an integrated graphics card.
Okay, let’s get to the Core i5 1350P CPU score on Geekbench. Unfortunately, the Geekbench database has yet to record any official scores for the 12th generation P-series processors, so we turn to Notebookcheck’s results. As can be seen from the comparison, the i5 1350P is about 6% faster in single-core processing and about 2% faster in multi-core processing than the i5 1250P.
Laptop manufacturers such as Acer will soon unveil their new generation of thin and light laptops. Intel is going to officially introduce processors for Raptor Lake laptops next week during the CES 2023 event.
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